It’s June, and cities around the globe are hosting Pride Month celebrations. Let these photos remind us that no matter where we are, there are millions around the world coming together this month to celebrate love. This year marks 50 years since the 1969 Stonewall Riots, when the LGBTQ community of Greenwich Village, in New York City, rebelled against police raids in one of the few places the gay community was openly welcomed in the 1960s. The movement stood as a launching point for LGBTQ rights in the United States, and these global hotspots are aligned for diversity, inclusivity, and openness.
New York City’s Arlo in SoHo rocks an epic mural
Times Square stands tall
Centro Histórico in Mexico City broke out its moonwalk stripes
Venice Beach is home to the world’s most fabulous lifeguard tower
Chicago’s public transit brought back the Pride Train
The Bank of America building in Charlotte, North Carolina, continued its tradition
Los Angeles City Hall is ready for this month’s festivities
And LAX is too
In Dublin, the Guinness Storehouse rainbow-ified St. James’s Gate
The Empire State Building shines bright over New York
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